I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!
wow! very well taken! nice composition!
20 May 2007 8:02am
@Kairospix: Thank you K!
Love it !!!! a so amazing composition, absolutly love the contrast ! Good job !
20 May 2007 8:48am
@Inés: Thanks very much Ines.
Cool, they look like strange characters from an alien world
20 May 2007 10:20am
@Richard_Irwin: Cheers Richard.
The vignette effect was exactly the right thing for this photo. Did you make it physically or was it in post-processing? (I'm finding the old film cameras I've been posting with lately have a tendency to do it all on their own, whether I want them to or not).
20 May 2007 12:12pm
@Mike Cash: It was done in processing Mike. Just upped the shadows. Thank you!
Great shot. I agree that the vignette makes it! Well, that and the color and the composition and the.....!
20 May 2007 12:52pm
@Betsy Carson: Thanks Betsy. Didn't know that vignette was a photography term until you and Mike posted comments...
I like the subtle circle frame around the picture. It is as though the subjects of your shot are viewed from a microscope or some external apparatus of that sort.
20 May 2007 12:55pm
@Sojourn: Thanks Sojourn.
very nice, clear shot. full of colors and contrast. Looks like a painting
20 May 2007 3:03pm
@Jerry - a moment in time [...]: Cheers Jerry.
Bold shapes and skilful use of the centre focus!
20 May 2007 11:53pm
@tengtan: Cheers tengtan.
An interesting shot! I can just hear the metallic sounds of the moving parts in the wind.
21 May 2007 1:43am
@Stunner: Thanks for the visit Stunner!
this is an absolutely stunning shot - well done!!
21 May 2007 1:46am
@Art Monkey: Thanks very much AM!
21 May 2007 11:57am
@Anup: Perhaps...silicon based lifeforms?
nice use of vignetting
21 May 2007 3:35pm
@Moonnerboy: Merci Moonnerboy!
Hm, love the use of vignetting, but something in the composition wants to be different. Cool effect, though!
22 May 2007 3:58am
@Evelyn: What do you reckon Evelyn?
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